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Food Science • Liquid Nitrogen Under Vacuum • ChefSteps

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Published on Feb 11, 2013

At standard sea level pressure, liquid nitrogen has a boiling point of -321 °F / -196 °C. That's just 77 °C above absolute zero. It's very cold stuff!
Solid nitrogen is something few people have ever seen. In this lecture, ChefSteps explains why liquid nitrogen goes solid under an extreme vacuum: http://chfstps.co/1qfAoOt

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